[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Spin and Control are excellent.
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Reviews of DEFENSIVE PRO. Players who use Racket evaluate various points such as hardness, momentum, weight, item by item to worry, and feel at impact thoroughly.
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- Wood, Carbon, 7 ply wood
grayeyes （Experience：６〜１０ years） It cuts easily because it does not bite so much
I received it yesterday so I tried using it at practice.
Although it is still not in use, it may not be very helpful, but please pardon us ...
Compare with Nitaku "Resist II" of orthodox cut racket, STIGA "Defensive Classic NCT" (both have the same rubber composition) and itemize a few points.
· As a racquet containing carbon it is not easy to suppress momentum. (Oh well, it's for cuts ...)
I think that it is about the same as a classic NCT or a little bouncy.
· Banging is very easy to suppress.
Ease of depression is Professional = Resist II> Classic NCT
· Because it is soft carbon, it is a shot feeling which is almost the same as that for cutting wood 5 plywood.
· Vibration is slightly applied to hands more than resist II.
However, this may be because I just opened the seal and it is still dry.
· The weight is light.
· It's light so it's easy to swing.
· This may be due to the rubber on the fore side, but even if you cut it, the hitting sound does not change very much.
· This may be the reason of rubber, but if you strike a drive it will bounce as a cut!
It is roughly like a pro> classic NCT> resist II.
Overall8/10 Speed4 Spin8 Control9 Touch8 Hardness Soft
Shitashi Cutman （Experience：６〜１０ years） Innovative cut racket
When I was looking for an attack-oriented cutting racket, I bought it because it was supervised by Mr. Shiono. I chose shc because I thought it would be better to have a wrist. The impressions are summarized below.
If you shake it while keeping the swing speed, you can draw a good arc and make a cut. I was surprised that the bottom and the knuckle flew in the same orbit. However, if you do not shake it firmly, the inner carbon will work and a floating ball will come out...
Thanks to the inner carbon, it is easy to make counters and inquiries from the apse. Since the fixed ball and the drive of the tie can be stably entered, it is not so good as a cut racket when attacking.
There is an impression that the Tsutsuki and the stops will jump a little or float. Depending on the rubber used, it may take some time to get used to. Once you get used to it, a sharp ball such as an aggressive Tsutsuki will come out. This is also thanks to the inner carbon...?
Attack: Recommended for players with a defensive ratio of about 4-6:6-4. If you want to play in the apse with a mix of cuts and counters.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Touch9 Hardness little hard
JOKER （Experience：２〜３ years） Fun to hit
I use Kyo leopard for the foreground, but the racket itself is light, so it is very easy to swing it out, but the cut is a bit lighter.
When asked if the cut is easy to control, it is very easy to control. As it is light, small turning works. The fore feels softer than expected even with firm rubber, so even leopards can fight firmly.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Ordinary cut man （Experience：２〜３ years） Technology is needed to handle it
I changed this racket from defensive classic to speed for the same stability.
Honestly I couldn't handle it completely on my level.
I've been using it for a while and gradually understand how to use it. Over mistakes have been reduced. When I used it for the first time, I repeated over-misses. I still use it, but I'm still afraid of over-miss (laughs)
The speed is perfect because it contains carbon.
I felt that spinning flies a little because of the carbon content, and that the ball was separated quickly, so I needed a technique to spin it. (Mainly cutting, etc.)
Depending on the user, the control may not be stable, but if the beginner cutman uses it, it will fly away, so I think the stability is lacking. I want to improve stability! For those who prefer, we recommend using Defensive Classic.
The shot feeling is good one.
Overall6/10 Speed7 Spin6 Control5 Touch7 Hardness little hard
Loya （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Total balance is stable
It is a racket that can cut and attack both stably and immediately.
However, I feel that the absolute value of the rotation of the cut is lower than the wood racket.
The racket I used has a shot feeling and it enters the opponent's court, but the amount of rotation and speed is not good, the ball I thought I did not enter, or the ball I thought I could not enter It was a strange racket to enter.
In a word, if it can change naturally and if it can be put on the opponent's court properly, it will be a weapon alone.
Overall6/10 Speed6 Spin7 Control8 Touch2 Hardness Soft
Large inscription （Experience：２〜３ years） People who can impact
This racket is easy to fore when cutting, but the back requires some getting used to.
A good ball can't attack unless you have a strong impact. If you can't make an impact, you'll get hitting sound and speed like a normal cut racket. So this racket is not recommended for those who cannot do the following.
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control7 Touch7 Hardness little hard
hippie （Experience：４〜５ years） I should have done this from the beginning. .
This is a cutman eye review.
Purchase an 80g individual of SHC grip.
Table tennis resumed for the first time in over 10 years, and I tried B company's Die * and A company's Japanese ○, but the accuracy of the backhand (meeting) has been improved. did not. I think that there is also Tenergy 05. This racket has the feeling of grabbing the ball with the softness of the wood and boosting the speed with the carbon of the inner, so I think the ease of swinging the backhand is awkward. Forehand drive seems to have too many balls and over errors, but if you go horizontally, there will be no problem.
In addition, it is a racket that feels softer than I thought, and the ease of cutting is not comparable to the two listed above.
If it shakes firmly, the back and the fore are cut off and the low trajectory cut becomes possible. The only thing that worried me a little was that the Tsuttsuki's sharpness was a little bit, but I felt it had fallen. Is it because it's soft? The feeling of crispness due to the repulsive force is rare. I'll do my best because I feel like it can be managed by using a wrist with a slight pull. If you're a cutman and you're wondering how to choose a racket, I think it's worth trying.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
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